PHOTO - New concept art shows inside of Wine Bar George at Disney Springs

May 25, 2017 in "Wine Bar George"

Wine Bar George concept rendering
Posted: Thursday May 25, 2017 9:19am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has released a new piece of concept art giving a first look of the interior space of Wine Bar George.

Created by Master Sommelier George Miliotes, Wine Bar George is expected to open in late 2017 at The Landing in Disney Springs.

Miliotes describes Wine Bar George as a “comfortable-yet-lively environment that’s reminiscent of a renovated winery.” The design for the 6,000-square-foot space features wood ceilings, concrete floors, warm lighting and a welcoming atmosphere.

“Guests will experience a feel reminiscent of the ‘Old World’ as if they are on the bottom floor of a gravity-flow winery surrounded by their best friends,” explains Miliotes. The space includes a center bar on the first floor, seating for groups of all sizes and chalkboards displaying menu details.

Shareable plates will be served including cheese and charcuterie that complement the wines, with local, seasonal features. “We’ll change our offerings as ingredients come into their prime,” he explains.

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YorkshireTMay 23, 2018

I priced up a bottle of one of those wines by the ounce. It looks like the mark up on the bottle was something like $800!

castlecake2.0May 22, 2018

Definitely going to check this one out

Walt dMay 22, 2018

Wil definitely be skipping past George “

wdwmagicMay 21, 2018

REVIEW - Wine Bar George at Disney Springs

djkidkazMay 20, 2018

Homecoming is one of the few restaurants I have tried at Springs that I wasn’t impressed with and didn’t have a desire to return. The other would be that new pizza place which I don’t even remember the name of. I love Blaze, DLux, frontera, morimoto and Boathouse! #firecrackershrimp

bhg469May 19, 2018

Fontera? Holy Guacamole that looks good... even though there isnt guacamole!

JenniferSMay 18, 2018

Homecoming is out for us this year, after going in each of the past two years. Carne asada > fried chicken. (Not by a lot, mind you.)

flyakiteMay 18, 2018

Here is a video blurb from Scott Joseph's website. He was there for the preview for invitees. https://www.scottjosephorlando.com/news/4341-first-look-wine-bar-george-at-disney-springs

danlb_2000May 18, 2018

I had the same problem. Took a lot of will power not to go to Art Smith's again.

RteetzMay 18, 2018

Agreed, every trip I try to at least eat once there and its hard to choose because I have favorites I want to return to and new ones I want to try.

disneygeek90May 18, 2018

Disney Springs provides amazing food. Much more unique than almost all options in the parks, imo.

danlb_2000May 18, 2018

I am the opposite, I can't spend enough time on my trips at DS to try all the restaurants I want to try there.

jakemanMay 17, 2018

Only comment on the blog post is gold: Drunky Springs?